A year of We Love IELTS – your top picks for IELTS Reading
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A year of We Love IELTS – your top picks for IELTS Reading

We know 2020 has been a strange year for most of us! Let's talk about the positives, with We Love IELTS launching in February, we hope we have been a great support to you on your IELTS journey.  We have spoken to thousands of you and over a million of you have joined us on this new platform. We are grateful to our growing community and know many of your will be new here. We thought what better time to share your top blogs for IELTS Reading:  1. What is the passive voice? The most popular blog with our We Love IELTS community on the Reading test is from our resident expert Emma. In this blog she looks at the structure of the passive voice, why we use it and when you might need it in IELTS. It includes some useful practice exercises, so check it out if you haven’t seen it yet and find out why it’s our top blog! READ MORE  2. Time-saver strategy for IELTS Reading: True/False/Not Given  At number two in our top 5 is a post by We Love IELTS expert Sophie. She looks at how to deal with True/False/Not Given questions and shares a great practice activity. It’s part of a series from Sophie that helps you manage your time more effectively in the Reading test to improve your performance.  READ MORE 3. Time-save strategy for IELTS Reading: matching headings  If you’re struggling with matching headings in the IELTS Reading test, then this blog post at number three is a must read. Another blog in Sophie’s popular time-saver series, this time she gives a step-by-step guide to completing this question type efficiently. It includes a great practice activity so you can practise what you’ve learned.  READ MORE 4. Academic questions types in IELTS Reading  In this popular post IELTS expert Liz looks at all the question types that you might see in your IELTS Academic Reading test and shares her top tips on how to tackle these questions to get the best results.  READ MORE  We hope you’ve found this roundup useful.   

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15 December, 2020

A year of We Love IELTS – your top picks for IELTS Reading

A year of We Love IELTS – your top picks for IELTS Reading

We know 2020 has been a strange year for most of us! Let's talk about the positives, with We Love IELTS launching in February, we hope we have been a great support to you on your IELTS journey.

We have spoken to thousands of you and over a million of you have joined us on this new platform. We are grateful to our growing community and know many of your will be new here. We thought what better time to share your top blogs for IELTS Reading:

1. What is the passive voice?

The most popular blog with our We Love IELTS community on the Reading test is from our resident expert Emma. In this blog she looks at the structure of the passive voice, why we use it and when you might need it in IELTS. It includes some useful practice exercises, so check it out if you haven’t seen it yet and find out why it’s our top blog!

READ MORE 

2. Time-saver strategy for IELTS Reading: True/False/Not Given

At number two in our top 5 is a post by We Love IELTS expert Sophie. She looks at how to deal with True/False/Not Given questions and shares a great practice activity. It’s part of a series from Sophie that helps you manage your time more effectively in the Reading test to improve your performance.

READ MORE

3. Time-save strategy for IELTS Reading: matching headings

If you’re struggling with matching headings in the IELTS Reading test, then this blog post at number three is a must read. Another blog in Sophie’s popular time-saver series, this time she gives a step-by-step guide to completing this question type efficiently. It includes a great practice activity so you can practise what you’ve learned.

READ MORE

4. Academic questions types in IELTS Reading

In this popular post IELTS expert Liz looks at all the question types that you might see in your IELTS Academic Reading test and shares her top tips on how to tackle these questions to get the best results.

READ MORE 

We hope you’ve found this roundup useful.

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